All policies and other documents concerning the administration and management of the sport of Softball in WA can be found here.

Softball WA Policies

The following policies are owned, managed and reviewed by Softball WA.

Alcohol Management Policy

Authority & Delegation Policy

Awards Policy & Procedures

Complaints Handling Policy & Procedure

Concussion Management Guidelines

These guidelines aim to establish a set of principles and standards to prevent, and effectively manage, any concussions sustained through the game of Softball in Western Australia. The Guidelines also include a POCKET CONCUSSION RECOGNITION TOOL which aims to assist in the identification of concussion in children, youth and adults.

Any participant (including players, coaches, umpires or scorers) with suspected concussion must be withdrawn from the activity, referred to a medical practitioner immediately for assessment and diagnosis and not to return to the activity that day. The effect that a concussion has on a participant can vary from person to person, depending on which part of the brain is affected. It can cause visible signs to those who witnessed the collision, including loss of consciousness.

Game Officials (head coaches, managers etc) should not be swayed by the opinions of players, coaching staff or others suggesting a premature return to play. Conversely, undue pressure must not be put on participants to make such decisions.A major responsibility of coaches is their duty of care towards their players and the players’ safety. This duty is highlighted when players receive a knock to the head and suffer a concussive injury.Concussion Management Guidelines August 2016 – FINAL

Additional Concussion Management Resources can be found via the below links:

Financial Contributions Policy

Finance and Investment Policy

Hot Weather Guidelines

Member Screening Procedure

Pregnancy Guidelines

Pricing Policy

Sponsorship Policy

State Team Personnel Policy

Website Terms of Use

Transgender and Gender Diverse Guidelines

Softball Australia Policies

The following policies are owned, managed and reviewed by Softball Australia. However, as a member state, all affiliate associations and clubs are required to abide by the following policies.

Anti-Doping Policy

eCommunications Policy

Member Protection Policy

Privacy Policy

Codes of Conduct

All members on and off the diamond, as well as parents & spectators must abide by the following codes of conduct.





Parent / Guardian



Further Softball Australia policies are available. Please visit the Softball Australia webpage for their other policies and to ensure that the policy you are reviewing is most up to date.